Featherston Community Centre

  Wellington
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The Featherston Community Centre provides a well-loved space for services, events, activities and community development.

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Recreational activities at the Centre include senior card play, music, art and craft, knitting, mah-jong and bridge groups.

Health and wellness includes yoga, Pilates, Feldenkrais movement, Tai-chi, Sit and be Fit.

Counselling and similar support services run for both individuals and groups, such as Relational Wairarapa and Meals on Wheels.

Local history is supported by regular scrap-booking, family history and Maori Battalion projects.

The Centre also provides meeting and office rooms for organisations, community and friends and family.

More about us

The Featherston Community Centre is owned by a trust on behalf of the people of Featherston and the South Wairarapa. Established in 1992, the Centre hosts activities and services from a wide range of providers that promote social cohesion and individual benefit.

Use of funds

Funds for the Centre are needed for ongoing operation and maintenance of the building and grounds as well as wages for our part-time manager.


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  • Mary

    Mary 2 days ago

    $100

    Keep up the great work!

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor 4 days ago

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  • Support Local Communities

    Support Local Communities 5 days ago

    $50

    Arohanui FCC and Paetūmōkai Featherston <3

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  • Joanne

    Joanne 5 days ago

    $25

    Thank you for tour work

    $25

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 22 Oct 2019

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    Thankyou for providing a welcoming and comfortable meeting place, with the most competent and personable office staff!

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